A/N: So, it's been over three years since I've done a MirSan songfic. I figured it was time that I did one again, even though I said the previous one would be my last.. Onee-san, this one is for you. I promise it has a happy ending.

Disclaimer: I do not own InuYasha, or it's respective characters. Neither do I own True Navigation, by TWO-MIX.

True Navigation [English]

It was hard, seeing her this way–wires attached to her fingers to monitor her heart rate, IVs in her veins to deliver life-giving nutrients, oxygen mask to make sure she was breathing properly. Miroku shut his violet-blue eyes, though no tears fell. He was exhausted. Sleepless nights by her side, the nurses constantly urging him to eat when he didn't feel hungry. Sango looked beautiful, despite the machines attached to her. It had been two weeks since the accident. She had been released from the ER with a clean bill of health. Her headaches had begun soon after that, followed by dizziness and fatigue. It had been a week since she had collapsed in a seizure.

Just my resolution, nearly I was reaching

One and only truth that I'm looking for

Get my navigation, nothing's gonna beat me

Here's my resolution, never give up evermore

The doctors had put her in a medically induced coma soon after in hopes that her body would fix itself in time. Miroku had never prayed harder in his life than he had since his wife became a resident of the hospital. The doctors had said there was chronic subdural hematoma(1) that had developed as a result of her head hitting the steering wheel. They had drilled a small hole in her skull, in an attempt to drain the excess blood. When she hadn't responded with a more cognitive reaction was when the decision had been made for the coma.

One day I made up my mind

Dealing with something so hot but there's something so cold

Can you remember me with touch of my heart, I'll make you release all pain.

They had been married for just over a month, but he felt as if he had loved her forever. Miroku gently caressed her hand, hating the sterile room that felt as if it were choking him. God, he hurt. It felt as if his heart had been ripped from his chest and salt was poured into the wound. Never in his life had he felt such pain. Miroku would keep fighting, because his soul was telling him that if he stopped fighting then so would she. Despite the pain, he would go on. Violet-blue eyes searched her face, praying once again that she wouldn't leave him.

If my eyes would see so many destinies

All my lives are with you every time

Love can last anytime, anywhere we belong. It's going

To be continued...

Sango felt light–much lighter than she knew was possible. It was almost as if she were floating, though that again was impossible. It was warm, wherever it is that she was. She just couldn't shake the feeling that she was needed somewhere else, that someone faraway needed her. Sango struggled to wake, but she couldn't. It was like she was being held back, like a whisper in her ear was trying to convince her that she should stay in this oh-so-warm place. Sango knew better than to give in. She couldn't remember who it was that needed her, only that they were a part of her. She would continue to fight the whispers to get back to the one that she heard calling her name.

Just my resolution, now I'm brave enough

Feel no separation, and hold my hand

Get my navigation, heading to the future

Break this situation down to get place where we dream

Night had turned into once more, another night without sleep weighing upon the young man. The sun peaked through the curtained windows, alighting Sango's angelic face with a glow that was unearthly. Miroku's breath hitched in his throat. Her breathing had shuddered ever so slightly, as if she were struggling for breath, before it evened out. He thought that he had imagined it, when it happened again. Tears that Miroku didn't know he still had pooled in his eyes. God, please don't take her from me. Don't let her die, not now. He prayed, though he knew that he would still continue to love her until the universe was no more, and even then she would remain in his.

I can't help thinking of you

Waiting for something so warm and it's something you give

Can you remind me of touch of your lips, you'll make me release all pain.

Sango felt a gentle tug, her heart flooding with relief. She knew that she would find a way back to the person that loved her so much. Someway she would return to him. Miroku. The name brought warmth to her soul that diminished the warmth of the place she was in. The name meant love that crossed so many distances, so many frames of time. It reached her heart, calling her home.

Take me out and find another way together

Risk our lives to sense every time

Love can last anytime, anywhere we belong. It's going

To be continued...

Miroku prayed that if God was going to take her, that He would take him too. Miroku didn't want to be without her. He brought her limp hand to his lips, kissing her knuckles softly. He almost missed the quick twitch of her fingers, would have if he hadn't been searching for some sign that she would come back to him. Miroku's eyes glanced to hers in time to see her lashes flutter, before her lids opened. Her brown eyes stared hazily at nothing for several heartbeats. Sango willed her eyes to move, and they locked with her husband's eyes. Tears cascaded from her eyes.

Just my resolution, we can believe in love Make new modulation time after time Get my navigation, please don't cry alone

Have no isolation, I'm always right here for you

"M-m-mir.." Sango stuttered, frustrated that her words would not form properly.

"Shh, dearest. It's okay, it's all going to be okay." He whispered back at her, letting her know that it was fine. Telling her that it didn't matter if she couldn't say anything for now.

"L-lo-love." Sango managed to get out, her tears falling in earnest now.

"I love you too."

Just my resolution, now I'm brave enough

Feel no separation, and hold my hand

Get my navigation, heading to the future

Break this situation down to get place where we dream

Just my resolution, we can believe in love Make new modulation time after time Get my navigation, please don't cry alone

Have no isolation, I'm always right here for you

The doctor told them she would need therapy for her speech and most likely for basic motor skills due to the damage from the hematoma. It didn't matter to them. No longer were their worlds separated, they could now start their future that was almost lost before it had even begun.

"I'm always right here for you, Sango. Don't ever forget it." Miroku whispered in her ear, earning him the most beautiful smile he had ever seen.

(1) For those that don't know what a chronic subdural hematoma is, I shall explain. This is when blood pools on the inside of the skull by the brain, thereby pressing upon the brain tissue itself. Acute subdural hematomas are ones that show up right away, whereas the chronic hematomas develop slowly and often go undetected for days or even weeks.